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A Backend Server Software Development Kit and Creation Suite

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the RapidToolkit, RTK, or RtKit, is a Backend Server Software Development kit and Creation Suite, which is used to offer developers a standardized way to create Manageable, Portable, Dependency Free, Server Solutions!

With the RTK, one may develop native level server software in C++, Java, or even JavaScript, using a real JIT Compiler, which will be just plain Great for the masses coming from HTML 2.0, and looking for a way to deploy a scalable server solution!

Not only does it do this with great ease, you can do it without every having to leave the comfort of the Client programming language!

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    the RapidToolkit is coming along very nicely! please take a trip over to the Official Website for the latest development information and change logs regarding the RTK! Thanks for visiting!

    Posted 05/15/2013
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Intended Audience

Telecommunications Industry, Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Java Swing, Qt

Programming Language

C++, C, JavaScript, Java

Registered

2013-02-05

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